About London Square

London Square is a leading property developer operating in London, Greater London and within the M25. London Square developments range from new-build homes of 50 to 500. All projects are underpinned by an innovative approach to design, build and service and in sought-after locations. London Square takes its name from the capital’s famous squares.

London Square developments

Find out more about London Square properties on HomeViews. Listed developments include London Square Caledonian RoadLondon Square Streatham and London Square Canada Water – all of which offer central locations and a wide range of floor layouts. For all-out luxury, The Star & Garter is worth considering. This collection of design-led apartments is housed in a listed neoclassical building, and has a prime setting on leafy Richmond Hill.

London Square reviews

A wonderful retreat from busy London. The property is high spec and gardens lovely.”– Simon W, verified resident at Gaumont Place

You can read more about London Square properties by clicking on the developments below. Do you live in a London Square new-build home? Click here to leave your review. If there’s a London Square development you can’t see on HomeViews, you can submit a new listing here.

Number of Developments

9

Ratings

4.03 Rating

Rating (based on 133 reviews)

Excellent

32.33%

Very Good

53.38%

Average

12.03%

Disappointing

0.00%

Very Poor

2.26%

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Nice and friendly community

The community is diverse. Everyone is friendly. The concierge is great. The building is a good example of gentrification. I believe that not enough have been done for the community. I also dislike how the social housing flats are put on one corner which ,in my opinion, is a premise for segregation. It would have created a nicer vibe if it hadn’t been like that. The quality inside the flat is very good. It is soundproofed. However, the bedroom windows are resembling doors and you can only open them the way you were opening a door. I have recently seen mouse traps in the communal garden and have heard residents complaining about mice residing there. Would have been nice to put fences around the garden to protect the plants from being stolen. Lastly, as a positive feature , it worths mentioning how warm gets in the winter and the bills are still relatively cheap!

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Very well connected area. There are buses less than every minute that go to Brixton. The train station is just around the corner. There is a Caribbean bar on the road and it can get a bit loud during the night.

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I wish I had known how hot it is getting in the summer!

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Great place but with a few flaws..

For the most part, this development does a great job at meeting the criteria of most potential residents. With its great accessibility to local shops, facilities and amenities, the best that Streatham has to offer is within just a few steps! The food selections around the area is more than most people could ask for with a great selection of cuisines and prices, you’ll never get bored. In addition, the abundance of grocery stores makes shopping much easier. Finally, it’s situated very closely to the local transport links so commuting is quick and efficient!

The only downsides to this property are it’s occasional maintenance issues that do cause a few disruptions as well as the tenants themselves. Sometimes, relations with other tenants aren’t as great as expected but that’s a normal part of living in a development.

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Likes:
– Great accessibility to local shops and transport links.
– Nearby area has a big variety of good food selections.
– An abundance of good grocery stores to pick from.
– Great transport links that make commuting to other parts of London very easy.

Dislikes:
– There are a few maintenance issues.
– Experience with other tenants may vary.

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There isn’t really anything I wish I’d known before moving in as I had a pretty good idea of what I was buying into.

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Nice flat, residential development not as good.

Flat is amazing ,it has a nice view and wooden floors. Everything is new and functional inside the flat. Sound insulation is good, but as soon as the windows are open it gets very noisy. Phone signal and broadband are also good.
The building, however, is not as good. The entrance has a brand new carpet which is already looking strained and old. Ventilation presents some issues, with unpleasant odours in the hallways. the temperature is extremely high, reaching 45° in the common hallways, due to a heating/boiler issue. There has been no hot water 4 times in a month which is frustrating, although the bills haven’t been charged for the no service days. The management is not providing quick and efficient repairs and there is bad communication with the tenants. There is a gym, but it’s very small in size.

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Really good area. Good coffee shops. Amazing beer places and restaurant. Train station is very close as well as the Common, which is at walking distance. Neibours are very nice and do friendly.

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The bar on the top of the road makes the street noisy at late night hours.

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Design
5
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Perfect apart from management..

Gaumont Place… an almost perfect development for residents of all shapes and sizes! It’s brilliant location puts it at the centre of all the essential facilities a Londoner could possibly need, from the local train station that provides transport to every corner of the city to the beautiful gardens within the development. The huge variety of bars and restaurants around the area provide a great selection of different cuisines and styles that will suit anyone.

The downfall of this development in particular is the management. I have found that they don’t really respond to complaints I’ve filed and when a response is given, the problems aren’t solved.

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Likes:
– Very close to the local train station, making commuting very easy!
– Gardens within the development are really nice.
– Good quantity and quality of bars and restaurants nearby.

Dislikes:
– Building management within the development is not great; they don’t really respond to complaints and when they do, the problems aren’t really solved.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

I wish that I’d known that there was communal heating and that we can’t change providers. Also, the concierge has reduced its services since I moved in so it would have been nice to have known that this change was going to be implemented in advance.

What is the best feature of your home:

The best feature of my home by far is the beautiful balcony that I have.

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Design
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Location
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